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tv   Mornings on 2  FOX  July 26, 2014 7:00am-10:01am PDT

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hundreds of people running from the bulls. mornings on 2 starts now.
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>> good morning. look who decided to show up to work today. its been a while. let's get you over to rosemary and a quick peek at that saturday forecast. >> good morning. how about a beautiful view here over the bay. you can see the bay bridge there along the bottom half and the sun is shining this morning a little bit of patchy fog out there a first sign of perhaps a cooldown. not strong enough to bring a good cooldown for the inland communities. it'll increase over the course of the afternoon and temperatures will becoming down. 60 degrees in concord, 61 walnut creek. now temperatures will be fall. if you are going to 97, may not feel it so much. we have just a slow cooldown for some of the inland communities. take a look at san francisco.
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san jose looking at cools. when i come back a detailed look around and an extended look at the weekend forecast. >> and we start with breaking news in san jose a chp officer hit a man walking on 101 early this morning. several lanes are shut down. katy is there to tell us what happened. >> reporter: the officer driving had just a few scary moments to react as the man ran onto 101. he hit the pedestrian all the way up the roadway behind me. you can see where that white box truck is. investigators -- that's where the pedestrian was struck as the officer swerved to miss him the car fish tamed and as we pulled back closer to where we are you can seat skid marks along the roadway and the officer finally got the car stopped here along the shoulder. the pedestrian struck the passenger side of the patrol car and rolled down the side. you can seat blue marks on the
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car. that's from the jeans the man was wearing. amazingly as officers ran to help he was responsive and talking. currently he is listed in critical condition and under going surgery. the collision happened this morning when chp said the man in his early 20s ran onto 101. >> he was going directly -- close to the lanes. he wasn't visible until he was -- directly in front of the vehicle. with in the headlights. >> reporter: chp blocked 101 down to one lane until about 6:40. it cause quite the back up. there is no estimate yet for when the roadway will reopen. investigators are here on scene trying to recrocket what happened. i'm told the two officers in the patrol car are okay. just shaken up. the man is in critical condition under going surgery. we will check with officers to find the latest status on how he is doing.
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they haven't positively identified him but i'm told he is a latino man in his early 20s. live in san jose. ktvu. >> and we are also following another breaking story from san jose where firefighters have been fighting a warehouse fire since 3:30. the fire broke out spear spartan stadium. it started as a three alarm fire and quickly grew to five. the san jose fire department said that it expects to be batting the flames for the next couple of hours and will stay on scene for most of the dame the cause of the fire is unknown. no injuries have been reported. >> this morning cal fires expected to update a wildfire burning in the sierra foothills east of sacramento. it's called the sand fire. it's burning along sand ridge road near plymouh. it's burned 1300 acres. it started late yesterday afternoon in southern el dorado but flames spread to a neighboring county. the fire has destroyed three
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structures and is threatening 250 others. >> how frightened are you? >> let's put it on a scale of one to 100. i'm scared. >> >> are you at that 100? >> right now yes. >> investigators say they are looking at if a car fire sparked that wildfire. there was little wind the fire grew quickly because of dry brush caused by the drought and evacuation center has been set up at the el dorado county fairgrounds. >> here firefighters are keeping an eye on the wild lands in lafayette after a house went up in flames. that fire started around 6:30 near glenn road. the blaze grew quickly and firefighters had to call in for help. the fire threatened several homes. firefighters were able to get it under control. still some residents left their homes just as a precaution. >> i looked out and could see the smoke and then flames, higher than our house.
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we are up to the top of the hill. we just grabbed the family, dog and out we went. >> the fire marshall said heat and low humidity helped fuel that blaze. fire danger is changing the way people participate in summertime traditions. ken pritchett was at mount diablo where the risk of fire is a serious concern for campers . >> reporter: it's hard to imagine it looking any dryer than this. vegetation crackles, it's hot in a neighborhood of 100 degrees. yet it's where two families decided to camp this weekend. >> hopefully it'll get cooler. >> reporter: as campers there are rules to physical when fire risk is high. no camp fires for one. >> no smores tonight. >> we will just marshmallows. >> reporter: they can only use gas stoves. >> anything else is a lot more
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sparks and increases fire. danger. >> reporter: last december the morgan fire burned 3100 acres. cal fire said the drought is causing september like conditions right now. >> i just checked it not to longueuil. the humidity was in the low double digits which is getting in to high or extreme fire danger. >> reporter: the dry weather is having another impact at the state park. new signs wept up warning campers of what some already knew. no water, no bathrooms but the portable kind and no showers. >> we had to bring our own shower and water. it's a little hassle but it's okay . >> reporter: a camper planned ahead knowing the natural springs were running dry leaving no water for campers. >> we are really roughing it. >> that was ken reporting. fire danger is considered high. it could still go a step above that to extreme. that triggered when there is low humidity for an extended period of time. fire danger continues to be a concern across the bay area.
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in san jose there are restrictions at alan rock park. no picnic fires or open flames are allowed. the park opens at eight this morning. all other park activities are still being allowed. >> security fears prompting the united states to shut down its embassy in libya. about 150 people including 80 american marines evacuated to tunsia. the government said it's concerned about escalating violence between. two american soldiers have been killed an an ied in afghanistan. it happened near the khandhar province. one is a 19-year-old keith williams a vigil will be held tonight in his honor. the other was from nebraska. the funeral for a woman killed during a bank robbery in stockton is set for monday. misty holt singh was the shot and killed on july 17th. police say she was used as a human shield by one of the bank robbers.
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officers say they are still looking for the person who they say drove the three to the bank of the west on thornton road a 50,000-dollar reward is offered. a plea deal has been reached in the case of a woman knocked unconscious outside at&t ballpark. we obtained cell phone video showing the incident. the da said that two men from sacramento arrested in connection with the fight have agreed to a deal. 42-year-old anthony ruck er plead guilty to felony assault a 32-year-old fransics lopez plead no contest. the woman from oakland who was hit was in the hospital but has been released. >> construction crews in san francisco worked through the night painting new transit lines on market street. the transportation agency said it hopes that paint is going to
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keep private vehicles driving in the transit only lane. it was added between fifth and 12th. they are also planning to retime the traffic signals and across hatch marks to the intersections the work will continue on friday and saturday night through november. happening today, an estimated three thousand people are expected to head to the alameda county fairgrounds for the running of the bulls. they are scheduled to start this morning and are going to continue throughout the day. organizes say they built spaces on the received the tracks so runners can move out of the way of the bulls. rob is the founder of the event and said he got the idea for a local bull run because he couldn't get to spain to run with the bulls there. >> don't get many opportunities in your civilized and sedantary life to experience true fear and adrenaline and see how you would react. >> the animal legal defense fund and peta filed a lawsuit to try to stop the event.
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an online petition reportedly drew more than 1700 1700 signatures but the event will still happen today. >> a busy weekend in san francisco. yesterday the giants kicked off a three game serious series against the dodgers. it always draws big crowds. all the games will be held at night and traffic is expected to be heavy around at&t park. tonight's game is set to start at 6:05. tomorrow it's the san francisco marathon. the course takes runners in a loop around the city and over the golden gate. it begins and ends at mission. just like last year the elite runners will get the head start. about 26,000 runners are expected to participate. people in san francisco should expect street closures until about three. >> it's the end of the line for a bay area college. at 7:30 the announcement that came yesterday and what it means for staff and students.
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>> the problem is horrible. >> the nonprofit group working for an ma'ams has gotten tens of thousands of dollars but can't use it. how it could be putting those an ma'ams at risk. >> our hot weather pattern, losing its grip on the bay area a detailed look at the afternoon highs for your neighborhood. >> let's take you outside to show that traffic backed up on highway one. this is? san jose after a chp patrol car hit a man on the freeway. you can see it's very slow through that area. we will continue to follow this story and bring you the latest.
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out for help. the wags and whiskers thrift shop sitso on the corner of this road and every day lynn pulls out the racks. >> lift. >> reporter: and fills the shelves with one goal in mind. make enough money to get animals fixed. >> the problem is horrible. >> every two days i come and put in cat food. >> reporter: michelle knows how overwhelming the problem can be. >> i have personally trapped and fixed over four hundred animals over the last five- years. i have rehomed at least two hundred. >> reporter: many animals end up here at vallejo humane society. or they get sent to the fairfield animal shelter. of the ten thousand they get every year, 20% come from vallejo. >> we are extremely over crowded with the population of
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356. >> reporter: they normally they have 160. walk the aisles, search the rooms, and you will be hard pressed to find an empty space. not all will find homes. >> we actually have a live release rate now of 60%. that 40% of those an ma'ams don't make -- animals don't make it out of here. >> reporter: the search has been frustrating. there are no low cost clinics to fix them. the city has set aside 16 5,000 dollars to the group snip for fixing and smart charities has pledged to give them 9 5,000 dollars for equipment. there is only one problem. number none can be used to buy the mobile van needed to make it happen. >> we have until august, end of august and then the money will revert back to the city. >> all of the money? >> yes. >> reporter: the van isn't
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cheap. cost estimates are 85 to $100,000. lynn started a go fund me account and the thrift shop to raise money but it's an uphill battle. >> we need people through the door and we aren't getting it. >> i think people don't know. >> reporter: as the clock ticks they are trying to desperately to get the word out hoping that if people know they will reach out to save this effort and to save moran more animals. for more information on the efforts to get that van and how to help go to the website and click on web limps. the humane society said they are so full the direct hases resorted to taking some of the kittens home herself this is video of kittens barely two weeks old. they hope to find them foster homes. there are 112 cats at that humane society. we are hearing other shelters are facing the same type of problem. >> a puppy has a second chance
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at life after being rescued from the inside of a hot car. the chp posted these pictures yesterday after an officer saved the young dog. officers say someone called and reported that he was locked inside aiken el with no access to water. it was 87 outside and much hotter inside the windows were barely cracked. shortly after he was rescued his owner came out of a building and was counseled by animal control. heat remains a big concern at the garlic festival continues today. the three day event begins yesterday with temperatures reaching 100 degrees. organizers say they are taking steps to keep people safe. they set up water stations, canopies and misting tents throughout the festival grounds. it runs through the weekend and gates are open from ten until seven. >> time is 7:18. how hot is to going to get on this saturday? rosemary watching the temperatures for us. we are looking at a hot day. >> we have a drop coming our
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way. for the inland areas not cool but not as hot as yesterday. yesterday in gilroy hit the century mark. you should be just below that for the afternoon. mostly sunny skies, away from the coast. giving you a live ago in to the east bay. temperatures will range from the low to upper 90s. for the afternoon you will also notice an increase in high clouds later today. moisture eventually working back into the bay area. late this afternoon and into tomorrow. this morning, tracking a little bit of patchy fog. it may be a little thick. visibility may below. traveling this morning along highway one. half moon bay reporting fog. santa cruz as well. we have mostly sunny skies, just a few patches of fog. that ridge of high pressure remains in control of the weather pattern though it's weakening just a bit. the on shore breeze is coming
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back. five to ten degrees of cooling expected. temperatures will come down. you are still going to be hot. we are talk 95 in areas that were a hundred yesterday. 64 antioch, already 71 in fairfield. never really cooled off for fairfield in the overnight hours. 63 oakland. 54 santa rosa. 62 right now in san francisco. let's check in on antioch. for the afternoon today antioch going in to the upper 90's. expected to top out around 99. notice how it's sunny for the first part of the day. increasing clouds by four and into seven. that is that monsoon moisture coming back. midand high level clouds in the forecast for the second half of the afternoon and in to the evening hours. 90 degrees for sonoma, 89 san rafael. going to be a warm day. 82 in oakland. 97 walnut creek. 97 expected for livermore. 84 for haywood. get in to the south bay temperatures in the upper 80's
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in san jose. 96 this afternoon for gilroy. 94 for saratoga. the peninsula. it'll be a warm up for you redwood city. 88 for this afternoon. 74 san francisco a nice day by the coast. upper 60's. the extended forecast. temperatures cool slightly into the second half of the weekend and little bitl little change for the early part of the week. >> millions of dollars in federal funding. how the money that will protect a key piece of the public transition system. >> first an increase in the number of marine mammals found tappingled in trash. how technology is helping give them a new life. you used to sleep like a champ.
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while it's still early authorities in the africa say they believe bad weather caused a jet to crash. soldiers helping in the
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recovery and salvage are at the remote site. the plane was flying from the african nation when it went down on thursday. severe storms forced the pilots to request a route change less than an hour into the flight. communication was then lost afterward. all 118 people on board were killed. ten members of one french family were on board. more than a week since flight 17 was shot down. the prime minister said investigators don't have full access to the crash site. he is urging cooperation between russian separatists and the ukraine government to let in investigators. relatives of the 298 people killed have gone to great lengths to retrieve the remains of their loved ones. one couple from australia flew to ukraine on its own to seat wreck. their 25-year-old daughter was a passenger. her mother and father say that as parents they had no choice but to go, even risking their
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live in a dangerous rebel strong hold. >> i need to see the real site so that's why we came. besides to -- our daughter promised we will find her. >> the couple rejected pleas from the ukraine government to turn back. they eventually talked to a person who promised to drive them to the wreck site. >> marine mammal experts say they are seeing unincrease in animals hurt by trash. this sea lion had fishing net around her head that cut in to the tissue above her ears. they have rescued 16 appear mals 16 animals this year. last year there were a total of 15 rescues. >> coming in contact with all of this fishing gear and ocean trash and they are curious or trying to catch fish in the nets. they are getting tangled. >> rescuers say an increase in ocean trash has led to the higher number of rescues but
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say rescuers are helping more because of a new capture technique. four young penguins will graduate from fish school today at the san francisco zoo. employee also be holding a march of the penguins. this is video of last year's graduates. today's include three males and one female. the march will follow. they make their way to the new home on penguin island. they had to loose their fluffy down, learn to eat a whole fish and accept food from their human keepers. the march will start at 10:15 this morning. >> an extra set of eyes watching for smoke and flames. >> it's wonderful being up here. i never get tired of the view. >> the big job that is helping keep bay area residents safe this fire season. >> we are live in san jose along 101 where a chp officer struck a pedestrian on 101 overnight. i will have the latest on the pedestrian's condition and
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where the investigation stands. >> i'm tracking signs of a cooldown. the difference you can expect if to make in your area coming up.
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you are looking live in the south bay. traffic moving slowly along 101 in san jose. it comes after several lanes were shut down when a highway patrol car hit a man running
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across the freeway in the early morning hours in a moment of live report on the chp investigation. an update on the victim's condition. welcome back. >> good morning. let's start you off with a quick look at your weather. rosemary has the saturday forecast. >> reporter: good morning. what a good-looking start around the bay area. take a look over the oakland estuary. patches of fog back just inside the bay and hugging the coastline this morning. areas like half moon bay waking up to a gray start as well as areas like santa cruz. the patchy fog moving backn. the on shore breeze coming back. tracking a transition and that is going to bring us a bit of a cool town for cooldown. there is that fog. you can see it on the storm tracker satellite view. there it is up and down along highway one you may find that fog if you are traveling early this morning. if you are thinking about heading to the coast. we have an on shore breeze at 16 miles an hour.
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stronger than it was yesterday. not strong enough to really drop temperatures inland but you will get some cooling for the afternoon. 65 degrees right now in antioch. fairfield at 71. 61 walnut creek. 63 oakland. low 60s napa a rapid warm up expected but by the afternoon a stronger sea breeze will help hold the breeze at bay. 99 antioch. still going to be a hot one but at least we are getting rid of the triple digit heat. 82 oakland. five to ten degrees of cooling expected around the bay and over parts of the north bay. you will be cool as well. 92napa. they hit 100 yesterday. 88 redwood city. yesterday in the low 90s. temperatures are coming down. they will be right around this as we get into sunday. i see changes coming our way. tropical moisture on its way. >> and we continue to follow breaking news in the south bay as chp patrol car hit a man
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darting across the highway. katy is live alongside that road where several lanes of the freeway have been closed this morning and are still closed behind you. >> reporter: chp estimates to have the highway reopened around nine this morning. if i step out of the way you can see why they need to have so many lanes blocked off. down the road, past the on-ramp is where the pedestrian was struck. you can see that box truck and investigators still looking at the scene. the driver of the highway patrol vehicle swerved to try to miss the man who darted an to the road and fish tailed and couldn't get the car stopped until here. alongside the roadway you can see where it finally came to a stop on a shoulder. the pedestrian hit the passenger side of the patrol car and rolled down the side and you can see the blue marks on the door. i'm told that's from the jeans the man was wearing. amazingly as the officers ran to help him he was responsive and talking. currently he is listed in
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critical condition and has just under gun surgery. the collision happened around 1:50 when the man in his early 20s ran onto the freeway just north of alan rock road. >> we don't know that will penned the investigation. early in the investigation this point to be able to -- speed or number of events. >> reporter: there -- they are still trying to rebuild the scene. they aren't sure why he darted across the road. they blocked down the lanes. it caused quite the back up and there is now open to two lanes. so traffic is at least flowing. i'm told that the two officers that were in the patrol vehicle are okay. they are a bit shaken and all things considered they are doing well. it was a scary few moments they had to died the -- died. decide. it all happened very quickly. i'm told that the man was
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undergone surgery this morning and he was talking when officers came to help him this morning. i am told he is a spanish speaking man in his early 20s. live in san jose. >> on top -- volunteers using an old fashioned but effective fire prevention technique this weekend. deborah got peek and said his job is especially important during times of high fire danger. >> wonderful being up here. i never get tired of the view. >> reporter: larry's second home is 2600 feet up on top of the mountain that towers over marin. his perch that little notch at the top a look out built some 80 years ago. >> it's a -- it's a secret but world class destination. >> you kind of -- you have to like the quiet and you have to like the solitude.
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i like being on the mountain. >> reporter: the vistas are unbelievable. as easy as it is to get lost in the views. >> you know there is so much going on and you don't hear any of it. i'm above it. i'm above it all. >> reporter: his mission here is serious. scanning the ridge lines for that w isp of smoke that in the right conditions could become a devastating fire. >> i'm watching most of the time. >> reporter: he prefers the catwalk because there is no wind up there and puts in about six days a month rotating with other look outs. >> will >> there are volunteers and they aren't 100% staffed. when i see smoke i look through this end and i look through the cross hairs. >> reporter: he has tools to map locations. he has seen smoke only once in his three season but it doesn't help his worry about the potential for a fire storm. >> a spark could set it off.
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it's all fuel. all fuel. there is nothing that could stop it. >> reporter: after years of biking and hiking the mountain this retired carpenter feels a personal connection. >> i give back. i protect the mountain as a way of saying thank you for all of the pleasure that it gave me over the years. >> reporter: that was deborah reporting. the fire look out and on nearby mount barnaby can stay overnight but don't have too. those are also joining the firefighter effort, the independent journal took photographs of animals. they were brought into graze on blackberry bushes and invasive grasses. the fire department said it's a natural and cost effective way to clear out the areas occupied by the homeless. there have been at least four fires linked to homeless camps in just the past month. >> a five thousand dollar reward is offered for information relating to a shoot that injured a teenager at a park in oakland.
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it happened at brook dale. police say someone in a car exchanged as many as 20 shots with another group in the park a 17-year-old plays basketball was wound. he was not the intended target. >> my grandkids, that -- that bike up and down the street or scooter or even play across the street in the park, on their scooters is very scary. >> that shooting came less than a week after a 10-year-old was hit by a stray bullet while attending a birthday party. philadelphia a reward has grown to $110,000 for the capture of go men who car jacked a suv and drove into a group of people and killed three children. they were selling fruit at a street corner at the time of the crash. police say the vehicle blew a tire while turning the corner to fast. three adults were also hurt including the children's mother and the woman whose suv was car jacked. both victims are in critical condition. some people who repossess cars in the east bay say they
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are worried after a tow truck driver was shot while trying to repossess a vehicle. it happened just after nine yesterday morning on seventh and west oakland. it prompted a police standoff that ended when the suspect came out and gave up. the tow truck driver wasn't hurt. others say the job can be dangerous and people often threaten them. >> it worried me. especially since i'm out there doing the same thing. i have never been shot at but i think about it. >> some repo mean say their rule is to try to repossess with in one minute. >> the doors at college campuses closed after the school's parent company filed for bankrupty. news came yesterday. >> my instructors prepared me to go get a career and doesn't have a job anymore.
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it's heart breaking. >> they operate four colleges including schools in san francisco, haywood and san jose. the graduates say they paid $16,000 for a education of less than one year to qualify for a career in the medical field. >> some of the students, some of them have like one month to finish. some of them like -- some weeks to go. there is nothing we can do. >> one staff member said that the school had been having trouble paying for the past year. financially troubled corinthianian colleges are warning about their plans to sell. they run five bay area schools. under a new agreement the company is required to send notices to a students in california about the planned sale. leeland lee is facing new
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charges, they include r racketeering. they were filed yesterday against him, a former gang leader and 27 others. lee is also accused of selling his vote. in one case he allegedly agreed to take $60,000 from a supposed nfl team owner in exchange for his vote on a bill dealing athletes. >> a 12 hour cease fire is in effect in gaza. some visited banks and shops to stock um up on supplies. it went this to effect after john kerry failed to produce a longer truce to end the nearly three weeks of fighting. today he will be in paris to try to broker a more permanent cease fire. nearly 900 palestinians and 40 israelis were killed. later there will be a rally to demand an end to the violencet.
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will start at one in san francisco. there will then be a march down market. >> looks like apple could be involved in another patent battle. the corporation filed a complaint yesterday accusing beet's electronics of infringement on their patents. they are in the process ofa inquiring electrics. it involves noise canceling properties in some of the head phones and they said they have been working on that for four years. so far apple hasn't made any comments. local soccer fans may be disappointed today. cowboy memorial stadium is playing host to an exbig but one player isn't expected to be in the line up. he may attend the game but he is still resting from the world cup. his spanish team is squaring off against the italian side and tomorrow in one of the last
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events at candlestick they will face the quakes. >> construction on a major street in san francisco. coming up at eight what it means for your drive and how long is expected to last. >> and passengers get a big square. why police in riot gear had to storm their flight. >> transition to cooler weather is on the way for your bay area weekend. i will update your current conditions, show you the afternoon highs for your neighborhood coming up.
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a passenger on a flight from canada to panama is due in court for threats he made while
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on the plane. passengers on sun wing flight 772 say the man became agitated when a flight attendant asked him if he wanted head phones. passengers cyathea started talking about how expensive canada was and said i want to bomb canada. the plane was turned around and when it landed a s.w.a.t team boarded the flight and arrested him. >> bart is getting a 17 million-dollar grant to protect the transbay tube against a potential terrorist attack a congressman announced it. he said it's a smart investment that willennable bart to enhance the security of its critical infrastructure. they said the failure to do so could cripple the economy. bart officials say they are excited about receiving the grant. >> the money will be used for critical infrastructure needs to make sure it's safe and secure. >> bart riders say any work to reinforce security would be a welcome sometime
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>> given everything that's been happening it's important. >> bart spokeswoman said now that the funding is secure the project will soon go out forbids. he wouldn't say when the work will begin siting security reasons. oakland international employees will get a discount to ride the new bart line to the airport. employee also pay two dollars while the fare for travelers will be six. they will be eligible to apply for a program to get the discounts. it's expected to begin service in the fall. >> the aclu said san francisco police have agreed to stop warrantless cell phone searches. the announcement after the court found the searches violate constitutional rights to privacy. the formal agreement to stop the searches by san francisco police helps settle a lawsuit brought by the aclu. it filed a suit on behalf of a civil rights activist who phone wad searched without a warrant.
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a statement from the alcu spokeswoman said that our cell phones carry a wealth of information. we don't give up our right to privacy because we want to carry that information around with us or because we have been arrested. kite lovers will be headed over to the berkeley kite festival today. it's a family friendly event and that takes place at ceasar chavez park from ten this morning to six tonight both today and tomorrow. organizers say parking is limited and they are encouraging people to take public transportation. parking is not going to be allowed along both sides of university avenue, marina boulevard. drivers should expect heavy traffic. a pedal fest will be caking taking over jack london square. more than 20,000 are expected to come out and see the pedal powered food vendors. money made from new belgium beer sales will go to bike east
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bay a nonprofit organization. the event is free to attend. >> battle fest, soccer, kite fest, baseball, a marathon. >> no pressure for good weather. >> i'm going to say we have better weather for outdoor fists than yesterday. it was baking in areas like gill row. still going to be quite hot. if you don't like the heat maybe go before noon or wait until the second half of the day though i think they close the entrance gate about six for the garlic festival with the festival ending at seven. giving you a live look there at aquatic park. patchy fog crossing over the pay. hugging up against the coastline. the on shore breeze slightly stronger than yesterday. both are good signs of cooler weather on the wait a minute 71 degrees in fairfield. holding steady all morning long. 66 antioch. 65 in haywood. areas like napa, santa rosa in
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the 50s. little cooler. 54 santa rose a. half moon bay with gray skies. we will be partly cloudy among the coastline the rest of us mostly sunny and then high clouds moving back in. i will show you that coming up. 63 foster city. 6 -- 64 for palo alto. temperatures in the low 60s. upper 60's san jose state. saratoga. as we get in to the afternoon party cloudy, should still be a nice day to head to the coast. as we get in to the afternoon though notice clouds coming back in from the south. that monsoon moisture working back in to the bay area. by this evening when a roll it one time around and show you tomorrow morning we wake up with widespread midand high level clouds, that's is what is to come. most of the day won't notice so much a few high clouds, that until the late afternoon.
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90 degrees for sonoma. 89 san rafael. for today it'll all be about the numbers. 97 walnut creek. 99 brentwood. still very hot for the inland but not as hot as yesterday. upper 70's to low 80s. 82 oakland. yesterday in the upper 80's to near 90. you will feel a difference. 88 santa claire a.87 sunnyvale. beautiful weather for the giants and dodgers game. 74 san francisco. 88 redwood. i bet it was a beautiful night at at&t park last night with that warm weather in place. the extended forecast with your bay area always in view. notice temperatures change very little but again increase in the midand high level clouds is what you should notice for the second half of the weekend. as we get into back to work monday. temperatures do continue to cool. baby steps, mid90's in the forecast for monday. low 90s for tuesday. back to the desk. >> starting monday, scenes for
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the new terminator movie will be filmed. it leeland the fifth and will be called genesis. the scenes will be shot inside oracle headquarters. there will also be scenes shot for it in san francisco. filming in redwood is scheduled for monday through wednesday. >> all right. left in a hot car with in water. how a chp officer was able to save a dog that was trapped in a hot car. >> first season ticket holders get a look at the 49ers stadium the message for fans.
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about 30,000 season ticket holders got their first look at the new 49ers stadium in santa clara. fans say they broken arrow thrilled to tour the new digs and had a chance to sit in their seats. the niners first pre-season
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game is still a few weeks off but the first big event to be held happens next week. as ann explains that game involves a different kind of football. >> >> reporter: they are getting in their final practices and counting down the day. they will take center stage august 2nd kicking off the year at the stadium. >> i have never had more ticket requests . >> reporter: they are selling out the lower bowl. the idea to test the stadium's infrastructure that day. >> want to see the stadium up close and personal. >> this is like relieving tension. everybody is like -- come on. open. open. open. >> reporter: consuccession workers and parking attendants got some practice and they say they are nearly ready for the real thing. >> we have the training down. >> reporter: while stadium officials have been planning for everything they hope fans will do some planning too.
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they say their website and apps can be useful ways to prepare. >> my advice to people coming down the best thing is buy a prepaid spot. then you will know where your spot it, directions on how to get there. >> reporter: there is light- rail and amtrak too. on that first day die hard 49er fans say they will expect two things i great event and a bit of traffic. >> i'm going to be there. everybody else is going to be there and there will be problems for like everything else. >> reporter: outside the stadium, kkvu. >> food isn't going to come cheap. the niners released information on some of its food praises yesterday. the cheapest beer is going to cost you ten dollars. that's 50-cents more than at the stick a stick a 21-ounce drink will cost $5.25. the stadium has been one of the
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most vegan friendly stadiums in the united states. >> san francisco giants trying to hang onto first place tonight at dodgers are in town for a three game set. dan uggla in the black and orange. catching tim last night. sanchez but not for long. he takes that foul ball off the helmet in the third and had to leave because of a concussion. dodgers up two. in the fifth. throwing one out. triples out. he had three of them on the night. gordon comes in to score on that hit. giants not even close in this one. they loose 8-1. the first place a's back on the road this time in texas. a's down two in the sixth. last one into right. eric, left field i should say. he crosses the plate. john tries to sneak into third. on the play but he gets nailed doing so. the a's just get the one run. beltre rips an rbi single to
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center field. oakland starter hammel allowing four runs in five plus innings. he is 0-3 since coming the cubs they loose it 4-1. today at the sap center a mma fighter will give up his career for his country. 30-year-old will compete in a three round feather weight bout. right after the match win or loose he will head to israel and join the military. he was born in israel but had been training in the south bay. fox sports and ktvu will have fight night 12 starting at three this afternoon. >> we continue to follow developing news in the south bay after a warehouse goes up in flames. the biggest challenge firefighters face when they try to bring it under control. >> i'm hoping they will stop it . >> forced from their homes. the fear many homeowners north of sacramento are feeling as a wildfire gets to close for
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comfort. >> a cooling trend is on the way. i will show you the amount of cooling expected in your area for today coming up.
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we are live along 101 where
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a chp officer struck a pedestrian. it's the second incident overnight. i will have more on both crashes. >> the heat retreats for the bay area weekend. by how much coming up. >> and from spain to pleasanton it's an event that will have hundreds of people running the bulls. mornings on 2 continues. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday july 26th. >> good morning. let's get you over to rosemary and a quick peek of the forecast. >> good morning to you. how about a live view here into san francisco. pointing to the west. notice the backdrop there. we have fog hugging along the coastline. that in addition to a stronger on shore breeze. we have cooler weather coming our way. let's take a look at what is happening out there. you can see it stretched all the way along the coastline. san mateo into santa cruz.
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we have patches of fog just inside the bay. many of us waking up with mostly sunny skies. temperatures even slightly warmer for some than we were 24 hours ago. that should turn around in to the second half of the morning. that on shore breeze, fairfield 12 miles an hour. fairly wi mpy but stronger than yesterday. the numbers 73 fairfield. 66 antioch. mid60s oakland a cool 56 in nevado. santa rosa has jumped up. overcast and 57 outside the door. half moon bay. let's take a look. compare some of the numbers from yesterday into today. napa101 yesterday. today 92. that will feel better unless you like the heat. livermore you will take a drop but it's still going to be hot for you. 97 expected this afternoon. san francisco ten degrees cooler this afternoon. san francisco actually broke a record yesterday. san jose you will be five degrees cooler a quick peek at
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the numbers. low 80s for oakland. mid-90s expected in concord. 99 for antioch. temperatures will continue to fall off. not so much into sunday but we have clouds coming our way. i will show you where they are coming from and when you can expect them to arrive coming up. >> we begin with breaking news in san jose. several lanes of highway 101 are still closed after a chp patrol car hit a man who ran onto the freeway early this morning. that man is now in the hospital under going surgery. we are live at the scene where she has been for the past couple of hours and has the update. >> reporter: at this point investigators still working to determine how fast the chp car was traveling when the pedestrian was struck. we step out of the way and show you. the officer hit the man in lane three along the freeway and it's up past the on-ramp where the pedestrian was hit. then if we pull out you can see how far that car skidded. the officer fish tailed as he
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tried to avoid the pedestrian and the car came to a stop here along the shoulder. chp investigators sate man ran onto 101 north of alan rock road and the officer had ten to 15 feet to stop you can see the damage of the passenger side of the patrol car where the man hit. the two officers ran to help him after their vehicle stopped. i'm told he only spoke spanish but one of the officer its did as well. they were sable to talk totman but he didn't give any indications as to why he tried to run across the highway. >> hispanic male in his early 20s, not been positively identified yet. >> reporter: chp estimates that the road will reopen around nine. they say this is actually the second collision involving someone on the freeway this weekend a pedestrian walked onto 680 around 11 last night and was struck and killed. the man hit in this collision is listed in critical condition
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this morning. i'm told that the two chp officer that were inside the vehicle, they are okay. they are shaken up over what happened last night. it appears behind me they are opening up part of the freeway. we will check with chp and find when the full opening will happen. at this point the chp patrol car still needs to be towed. live in san jose. >> we are also following developing news from san jose this morning where firefighters have been battling a warehouse fire since 3:30. that fire broke out at a warehouse near spartan stadium. that's at south seventh street and east alma avenue. it started agency a threa three alarm fire. firefighters say that it could take up to 24 hours before those flames are under control. the cause of that fire is still unknown. >> this morning cal fire is expected to give an undate on a wildfire burning in the search
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gentleman foothill -- sierra foothills. it's burning along sand ridge road. so far that fire has burned 1300 acres and is 20% contained. it started late yesterday afternoon in southern el dorado but flames spread to neighboring amador. that fire destroyed three structures and is threatening 250 others. investigators say that they are looking in to the possibility a car fire spark the wildfire. though there was little wind that fire grew quickly because of the dry brush caused by the drought. >> here firefighters are keeping an eye on the wild lands in lafayette after a house went up in flames. that fire start add round 6:30 at a home -- near glenn road. the blaze grew quickly and firefighters did have to call in for extra help. the fire threatened several nearby homes. firefighters were able to get it under control. some left their homes just as a precaution. >> i looked out and could see the smoke and then flames, you know higher than our house. we are at the top of the hill.
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we just grabbed the family and the dog and out we went. the fire marshall said heat and low humidity helped fuel that blaze which started in a garage. there were no injuries from the fire. fire danger is changing the way people participate in summertime traditions. ken pritchett was at the state park where the risk of fire is a serious concern for campers. >> reporter: it's hard to imagine it looking any dryer. vegetation crackled, signs say fire danger is high and it's hot in a neighborhood of 100 degrees. the mountain is where two families decided to camp this weekend. >> hopefully it'll get cooler. >> reporter: as campers there are rules to follow when fire risk is high. no camp fires for one. >> no smores. we >> reporter: they can only use gas stoves to cook. >> anything else provides more sparks and increases the likelihood of a fire. >> reporter: last september a
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fire burned 3100 acres. cal fire said that the drought is causing september like conditions right now. >> i just checked it not to long ago. the humidity was down in the low double digits which is getting into high or extreme fire danger. >> reporter: the dry weather is having another impocket. new signs went up warning campers of what some already knew. no water, no bathrooms but the portable kind and no showers. >> we had to bring our own shower and water. it's a bit of a hassle. >> reporter: a camper plan plan add head knowing the natural springs were running dry, leaving no water for campers. >> we are really roughing it. >> fire danger continues to be a concern across the bay area. in san jose there are restrictions today at allen rock park. no open flames allowed. the park has just opened for the day. it opened about seven minutes ago .
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>> security fears prompting the united states this morning to shut down its elm bass embassy in libya. they evacuated the country of tunsia. the government said its concerned about escalating violence. two american soldiers have been killed by an ied in afghanistan. it happened in the kha nda har province on thursday. one has been identified as a 19- year-old keith williams a vigil will be held tonight in his honor. the other should wear was from nebraska. senate funeral for a woman killed during a bank robbery in stockhorn is set for monday. mystery holt singh was shot and killed after being taken hostage by three men. she was used as a human shield by one of the bank robbers. officers say they are still looking for the person who they say drove the three to the bank of the west on thornton road a
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50,000 reward is offered. she was married four children. >> a plea deal has been reached in a case of a woman knocked out outside at&t park. we obtained cell phone video showing the incident. the da said that two men from sacramento who were arrested in connection to the fight have agreed to a deal a 42-year-old plead guilty. he paces a year and three years probation a 32-year-old plead no contest to misdemeanor assault. the 27-year-old woman who was hit was in the hospital but has been released. construction crews in san francisco worked through the night painting new red transit lines on market street. the transportation agency said it hopes that paint is going to keep private vehicles driving in the transit only lane. it was added between fifth and 12th street. the agency is planning on retiming the traffic signals and adding cross hatched
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markings in the intersections. that work will continue on friday and saturday night through november. >> happening nod an estimated three thousand people are expected to head total immediata county fairgrounds for the running of the bull. it'll start this morning and will continue throughout the day. organizers say they built spaces on the side of the tracks so runner can move out. the founder said he couldn't get to spain to run with them so he did it here. >> don't get many opportunities to experience true adrenaline and fear and see how you would react in those situations. >> the animal legal defense fund and peta filmed a lawsuit on march 13th to stop the event. an online petition at change.org drew more than 1700 signatures but it'll still go forward today. it's shaping up to be a busy weekend in san francisco. yesterday at the giants kicked off that three game set against
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the dodgers the heated rivalry drawing fans. traffic is expected to be heavy around at&t park. then tomorrow, it's the san francisco marathon. the course takes runners in a loop around the city and over the golden gate. it begins and ends at mission. just like last year the elite runners will get the head start at 5:30 a.m. in total about 26,000 are expected to participate. people in san francisco should expect in street closures until about three in the afternoon. >> two girls seeking redemption through selling candy until they were robbed. how the community rallied around them. >> the problem is horrible. >> to many strays, not fixed. why a struggling bay area shelter is at risk of losing a quarter million dollars that was supposed to help. >> outside this morning mostly sunny, away from the coast. we do have gray skies at the
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coast. the on shore breeze a little stronger this morning. both will help to bring the temperatures down for the afternoon. i will have ia look at what you can expect coming up. >> and a live look outside. that is highway 101 in san jose. you can see traffic backed up and moving very slowly. that is because of abhijit accident an accident. we are continuing to follow the story and will bring you the latest.
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? a nonprofit group has been given a big piece of funding but could loose it all. the group is in vallejo and is dedicated to getting animals fixed. now with more than $250,000 in fund on the line. the group is reaching out for help. the wags and whiskers threat shop sits on the corner of this street. and every day she pulls out the rack and fills the shelves with one goal in mind. make enough money to get animals in vallejo fixed. >> the problem is horrible. >> every two days i come and put cat food in here. >> reporter: man michelle knows how bad it is. >> i have personally trapped and fixed over 400 animals over the last five-years. i have rehomed at least 200.
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>> reporter: many animals end up here at the humane society. or they get sent to the fairfield animal shelter. of the ten thousand they get every year, 20% come from vallejo. >> we are extremely overo crowded with the population today of 366 animals . >> reporter: normally they have about 160. walk the aisles, saturday rooms, and you will be hard pressed to find an empty space. not all will find homes. >> we have a live release rate now of 60%. that 40% of those animals don't make it out. >> many times they are pit bulls . >> reporter: the search has been frustrating. there are no low cost clinics in vallejo. the city has set aside 16 5,000 dollars to the group snip for procedures and petsmart charities has pledged to give them 9 5,000 dollars for
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equipment. there one problem . none can be used to buy the mobile van they need to make it happen. >> we have until august, end of august and then the money will revert back to the city. >> reporter: the petsmart money too? >> yes. >> reporter: the van isn't cheap. cost estimates are 85 to $100,000. lynn started a go fund me account and the thrift shop to raise money boats been uphill. >> we need people through the door and we aren't getting it. >> i think people don't know. >> reporter: as the clock ticks they are trying to get the word out. hope that if people know they will reach out to save this effort and to save more animals. for more information on the efforts to get the van go to the website and click on web links. the humane society said they are so full the director
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takes some of the kittens home herself. this is video of them. they are barely two weeks old. the director hopes to find them homes. there are 112 cats at that location alone with 15 litters of kittens still waiting to be fixed. we are hearing other bay area shelters are facing the same type of problem. >> a puppy has a second chance of life after being rescued from the inside of a hot car. the chp posted these pictures yesterday after an officer saved the dog. officers say that someone called and reported that he was locked inside a kennel with no water. it was 87 and much hotter inside the vehicle. officers say that the windows were barely cracked. shortly after he was rescued his owner came out and askance elmed by animal control. heat a big concern as the garlic festival continues in gilroy. it started yesterday with temperatures reaching a hundred degrees. organizers say they are taking steps to keep people safe.
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they have set up water stations, canopies and misting tents throughout the grounds. red cross has set up a station to treat people in case they get heat stroke. the festival runs through the weekend and fates open from ten until seven. >> lots of outdoor activities. it's 8:18. it was to hot for you yesterday, rosemary may have good news for you. not as hot today >> no. for some areas still going to be baking. even if we drop five degrees. eight degrees, if you are 100 degrees yesterday. it's still hot. what a beautiful starting good morning. mostly sunny. temperatures will fall off five degrees for your afternoon high today. we will look at that in just a moment. the ridge of high pressure over the desert southwest is still anchored and will still be in control of the weather pattern. it's weakening just a little bit today. we have a weak trough off the coast and that brought back the
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fog, the on shore breeze will strengthen. notice what's happening over southern california. we have that monsoonal moisture back with us. circulation around that ridge of high pressure going to bring it into the bay area i think by later this afternoon. you will notice the increase in the high clouds and then from tonight into tomorrow, more on its way. for today, the big story will be the drop in temperatures, five to ten degrees, along the coast just inside the bay we will notice it. the inland communities will be -- see a cooldown as well. it's hard to call it a cooldown when you are going in to the 90s for the afternoon. 68 right now in antioch. low 70s fairfield. mid60s napa. 64 san francisco. and san jose you are at 66. for concord this afternoon. temperatures will be warm as we get in to the second half. take a look. if to the upper 80's by lunch hour. then for the second half of the afternoon, low to mid90's
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expected in and around concord. 76 for your 8:00 hour. even last night. giants will play later today. 70 degrees. westerly breeze to 15 miles an hour with partly cloudy skies in the forecast. here is a look at the afternoon highs, kempfield. 89 san rafael. beautiful day to hang out by the water. 79 for alameda. upper 90's for danville and livermore. mid-90s for morgan hill. are you going to the garlic fest? 96 for gilroy, of the judge a lot going on around the bay area . 88 redwood. partly cloudy. upper 60s for the coast. areas like pacifica and half moon bay. extended forecast with the bay area weekend always in view showing temperatures will continue the downward trend though it'll be a subtle
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cooldown sunday into monday. perhaps tuesday, wednesday more so. temperatures around the bay comfortable along the coast. not bad. again increase in that subtropical moisture by tonight and into tomorrow. back to you. >> passengers on a flight get a big scare. what forced police to storm the plane. >> increase in the number of marine mammals tangled in trash. how technology is helping them get a new shot at life.
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authorities in north africa say they believe bad weather caused a jet to crash. soldiers helping in the recovery are now at the remote site. the plane -- it went down on thursday. severe storms forced the pilots to request a route change less than an hour into their flight. communication was lost soon after. all 118 on board were killed. ten members of one french family were on board. more than a week since flight 17 was shot down. the prime minister said investigators still don't have full access to the crash site. he is urging cooperation between russian separatists and the government to allow in investigators. relatives of the 298 people killed have gone to great lengths to retrieve the remains of their loved ones. one couple flew there to see
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the wreck. experts say they are seeing an increase in animals hurt by trash. they found this sea lion last week. she had fishing net tangled around her head which cut right into the tisha round her ears. the center has rescued 16 animal this is year who have gotten tangled. last year there were 15. >> coming in contact with all of this fishing gear and ocean trash and they are curious or trying to catch fish in the nets and they get tangled. >> rescuers say an increase in ocean trash has led to the higher number of rescues but also say they are helping moran mals because of a new capture technique. today marks the 45th anniversary of the opollo11'sth return to earth. the hornet is hosting a special celebration from ten until five today. the hornet was the air craft carrier that picked up the c
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aps ule on its return from the moon. astronauts were all inside. buzz aldrin was the second person to set foot on the surface of the moon. >> keep -- we hear from a monday whose office is 2500 feet above the ground. >> and the chp is adding more dogs to its force. the training they went through and how many will be sent to serve here in the bay area. >> outside the sun is shining, temperatures are rising, but we won't be as hot as yesterday. i will have a look at your numbers and details on the transition to cooler weather coming up.
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a c hp patrol car hits a pedestrian. we have the latest information on that as well as the deadly crash involving another pedestrian not to faraway. morning everybody. welcome back. >> good morning. let's start you off with a quick look at your weather this morning. rosemary how is it looking? >> looking good. take a peek for yourself a bird's eye view over parts of the east bay. lafayette, areas or ind a pointing to the west. temperatures already on the rice. as we get in to the second half of the day the on shore breeze will strengthen. we have patchy fog along the coast. some of us waking up with gray sky this is morning along the coast down into santa cruz. the breeze is quite week at this hour but will pick up for the second half of the day. this will help cool us back.
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72 in antioch. san francisco 64, sfo57 and gray skies for you half moon bay. low 60s nevado, mid60s napa. last half hour we went to the pen slam let's go to the east bay and take a look at a few more numbers. castro valley. 74 outside in brentwood. if you are going to the gilroy garlic fest it'll be another hot dame 75 degrees as we get in to the 10:00 hour. 87 at the lunch hour. if you just can't stand the heat this is your time to go. for the second half of the day 96 degrees expected in to the afternoon a look here at the afternoon highs coming down. five to ten degrees. still quite warm for some. 97 livermore. 82 oakland. 88 redwood. partly cloudy. 67 in pacific a. as we get in to the second half of the damon soon moisture starting to work
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in to the bay area. the model on that and the extended forecast coming up. >> developing news in san jose the chp is expected to reopen all lanes of highway 101 in just a few minutes. most of the southbound lanes have been closed this morning after a chp patrol car hit a man running across the freeway. it happened just before two this morning. the patrol car with two officers inside was heading south on 101 when officers say a man darted across the roadway. chp said an officer driving tried to swerve to avoid that man but hit him with the side of the patrol car. that man was transported to the hospital where he is listed in critical condition. >> going directly -- next to the lanes, wasn't visible until he was -- directly in front of the vehicle. about ten to 15 feet in front. >> chp said it's not clear what the man was doing on the freeway. he hasn't been identified. the two officers are said to be physically okay but still a bit
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shaken. this was the second accident involving a person on a san jose freeway. just after 11 a person was struck and killed by a car on interstate 680 near the capitol expressway. the area was shut down and it took crews about two hours before reopening. the identity of the person hasn't been released. >> amid high fire damage mount tam is getting extra protection. larry is a volunteer look out who works 2600 feet in the area. he scans mount tam for smoke in the areas where there aren't people or cell phone coverage. he is one of 35 who provides summer coverage and nearby mount barnaby. he said he take itselfs it seriously. >> you have to like the quiet. you have to like the solitude. i like being on the mountain.
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it'se easy for me. >> reporter: he is a retired carpenter and has spotted a fire once in the three summers he has done this. after many years biking and hiking on mount tam he said he feels helping protect is his way of giving back. also joining the firefighter effort the independent journal took the pictures of the animals hard at work. they were brought into graze on invasive grass and blackberry bushes. it's a natural and it's a cost effective way to clear out the areas that are occupied by the homeless. according to the journal there have been several fires linked to the homeless. >> the chp is welcoming eight new dogs to the highway patrol. they just finished an intensive 11 week training course. three have been assigned to serve in the bay area. their training included 440 hours of narcotics detection. even after graduating the dogs are expected to train with
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their handlers. at least eight hours a week. the chp has more than 40 teams with six dog as signed to the bay area. the 8-year-old girl who was robbed by a woman selling candy in san francisco has been rewarded with a special treat. pal's sweet shot gave sapphire and her 9-year-old brother a thousand dollars worth of candy. there adopted mom said their birth mother taught them to steal to get what they want. selling candy has been a form of therapy to teach them how to earn their own spending money. sapphire said she was saving up for a cell phone. >> sometimes i always get lost. i have to use other phones, public phones. instead of using those. >> she and her brother were in 14 osterholmes before being adopted. they are adopting well. police have arrested the woman accused of stealing from them.
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>> a 5,000 dollar reward is offered for information related to a shooting that injured a teenager at a park in oakland. it happened just after 7:00 on brook dale park off high street. someone in a car fire exchanged shots with the another a 17- year-old was wounded but he was not the target. >> my grandkids that bike up and down the street or scooter or play across the street in the park opponent on-ramp the scooters, it's scary. >> the shooting came less than a week after a 10-year-old was hit by a stray bullet at a birthday party in west oakland. in philadelphia a reward has grown to $110,000 for the capture of go two men who car jacked a auv and drove in day crowd of people killing three children. police say that the vehicle blew a tire while turning a corner to fast.
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three adults were also hurt. both victims are in critical condition. >> some people who repossess vehicles in the east bay say they are concerned after a tow truck driver in oakland was shot at while trying to repossess a car. it happened just after nine yesterday morning on seventh street. the shooting prompted a police standoff that ended a few hours later when the suspect came out and gave up. the tow truck drivern driver wasn't hurt. >> it worried me especially since i'm out there doing the same thing. i have never been shot at but it always crosses my mind. >> some repo men say their rule of thumb is to try to repossess a vehicle with in one minute. suspended state senator is facing new charges in his core ridiculous case including racketeering which includes a potential 20 year sentence. they were filed yesterday against him ; a former gang
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leader and 27 others he is also accused of selling his votes on bills. in one case he allegedly freed to take $60,000 from a person posing as a nfl team owner. >> a 12 hour cease fire is in effect in gaza. some people took that opportunity to visit banks and shops to stock up on supplies. that cease fire went into effect after efforts by the secretary of state failed to produce a longer truce to end the nearly three weeks of fighting. today kerry is going to be in paris to try to get a more permanent agreement. israeli officials say they are leaning toward extending the 12 hour truce. nearly 900 palestine palestinians and 40 israelis have been killed. later today there is going to be a rally to demand an end to the violence in gaza. it'll start at 1:00 this afternoon at justin herman plaa. there will then be a march.
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>> the doors at college campuses are closed after the school's parent company filed for bankrupty earlier this week. news of the school's closure came yesterday after students from the san jose campus attended their ceremony. >> my instructors prepared me to go get a school and doesn't have a job anymore. it was -- its heart breaking. >> they operate four colleges in california including schools in san francisco, haywood and san jose. the graduates say they paid $16,000 for a sped up education to qualify for a career in the medical field. >> some of the students -- some of them they have like one month to finish. should of them, some weeks to go. there is nothing we can do about it. >> one staff member said the school had been having trouble paying its employees for the past year. financially troubled corinthianian colleges are warning students about its
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plans to sell its california colleges. they run five bay area schools. under a new agreement the company is required to send notices it it's students in california about the planned sales. >> some local soccer fans may be disappointed today. cal memorial stadium is hosting a match between it would have the world's most famous soccer clubs, however superstar and soccer heart throb kriatiano isn't expected to be in the line up. he may attend the game though he is still resting the world cup. his team is taking on the italian team and tomorrow in one of the last events athletico mad miranda right will play. >> coming up at nine a embassy evacuated in libya. the reason the government said more than a hundred people had to be moved to another country. >> and after the break a 13-
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year-old girl wakes up to the smell of smoke. the shocking find under her pillowo that has samsung investigating. >> outside the doors it's mild, even warm but a stronger on sheer breeze for the afternoon will bring a bitl cooling for the second half of the day.
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a passenger on a flight from canada to panama is due in court for threats he made while on a plane. passengers on sun wing flight 772 say he became agitated when a flight attendant asked him if he wanted head phones. passengers say that he started talking about how expensive canada was and then said i want to bomb canada. the plane was furnished turned and round and a s.w.a.t team boarded and arrested him. >> bart is getting a 17 million-dollar grant to protect the transbay tube against a potential terrorist attack. attack that was announced. it's a smart investment congressman said that will let bart inhaywood and -- enhance its security. they said the failure to do so
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could cripple the economy. >> the money will be used for critical fransics stuck you're needs for the transbay tube to make sure it's safe and secure. >> bart riders say any work to reinforce security will woman knocked be a welcome sight. >> given everything that's been happening every security measure is important. >> bart spokeswoman said that the project will soon go out forbids. >> oakland international air fort airport employee also pay $2 while the fare for traveler also be six. according to the times airport employees will be eligible to apply for a smart transit card program to give those discounts. the bart connector is expected to start service in the fall. the aclu said san francisco police have agreed to stop warrantless cell phone searches. that after they were found to
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violate constitutional rights to privacy. the formal agreement to stop the searches by san francisco police helps settle a lawsuit brought by the aclu. it filed the suit on behalf of at civil rights activist whose phone was searched without a warrant after his arrest a statement from the aclu said our cell phones carry a wealth of information. we don't give up our right to privacy just because we want to carry that information around with us or because we have been arrested. >> a bill that make itself that is that is -- make itself legal to unlock cell phones when switching provides is making its way to the president's desk. the president said he will sign it. right now people often have to buy a new phone if they want to switch to a different carrier. unlocking the phone means it won't be linked to a specific provider. >> samsung is investigating a
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phone after it caught fire a girl's family contacted a news station shortly after the fire. they say she was sleeping should she smelled smoke and found the phone had melted. her dad expect itself over heated and that caused the battery to swell. samsung said it's products are safe and that the battery was -- that replacement and not the original. >> close to nine. let's turnover to rosemary. smoking hot yesterday. today much of the same. >> we will take a look at the number for your neighborhood. let's start with the live look outside the doors and into the east bay. what a good-looking start to the day. it's beautiful out there for most of us. along the coast. we are -- socked in by fog, along half moon bay. santa cruz. i want to start with a live
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look at the satellite view. see if we can pick out a couple of changes coming our way. we are going to get rid of the very hot weather pattern. we are going to shift to a cooler weather pattern. has to do with a weak little trough off the coast. this is helping to bring back the breeze. it's week right now but by the afternoon it'll pick up and that will help bring the temperatures down by five to ten degrees. again your numbers in just a moment. this ridge of high pressure stays anchored over the desert southwest. it'll shift and as it does it'll bring that moisture back into the forecast. i think by tonight and into tomorrow we will notice it. hit me show you what i mean. we are partly cloudy along the coast with the low clouds, i will stop it here. did you see that shift? those are the midand high level clouds that make you feel sticky for some. as we get in to the evening continues to push to the north and then we start tomorrow morning with plenty of midand high level clouds, over tahoe -- over the sierra, the
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southern sierra we have scattered showers moverring back in to the forecast for sunday and monday as well. 74 degrees right now in antioch. 73 fairfield. around the bay 60s. 65 oakland. 65 over parts of the north bay. areas like napa. they reached 100 degrees. today you will go to 92. still a very warm day but not like what we he saw yesterday. upper 70's to low 80's for the shoreline. temperatures will fall off several degrees, 97 for danville. 99 antioch. still very hot but at least we aren't seeing the widespread triple digit heat. 95 morgan hill. 96 going to the gilroy garlic fest. 74 for san francisco. that's a ten to 11 degrees cooler than yesterday. san francisco actually broke a record. mountain view broke a record. the extended forecast with the bay area weekend in view. temperatures falling off. just a subtle drop. increase in the midand high level clouds, temperatures will
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continue to fall but it'll be a subtle drop. low 90's in the forecast tuesday, wednesday for the inland communities. back to the desk. >> coming up. more people are crossing the border into the united states. the countries the president is now reaching out to and why he said that the united states is turning them away. >> and it's a photograph bomb fit for a queen. after the queen makes a pricing appearance at the commonwealth games.
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about 30,000 season ticket holders got their first look at the new 49ers stadium. fans say they were thrilled to tour the new digs. they even had a chance to sit in their new seats. the first home game is in just a few weeks. it's a pre-season match up against manning and the broncos. two other prosport its teams will test out the stadium sooner. the quakes will take on the sounders on august second. the 70,000 seat stadium will be cut down to 45,000 seats for that game. >> we want to see the stadium up close and person. him like helping tension because everybody is like come on, open, open, open. >> open open. concession workers have been practicing. stadium officials say they plan for everything. they have created a website and an app to help fans with directions and to help them find parks.
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food won't be cheap. the niners released information about some of its food prices yesterday. the cheapest beer choice will cost ten dollars and 25-cents and that is 50-cents more than at the stick. then if you want a hot dog that's $6.25 which is a 75-cent increase than what it was at the stick a 21-ounce soft drink will cost $5.25. levi stadium has already been named one of the most vegan friendly in the united states. >> big news for giants fans, several baseball news out lates are reports they have jake peavy from the red sox for some minor league pitchers. the names of those pitchers haven't been residents leased yet. more on this story in the next hour. meanwhile the domers are in town for a battle of first place. uggla in the black and orange. welcome to san francisco. catching tim last night. sanchez but not for long. he takes to foul ball off the helmet in the third and would have to leave because of a
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concussion. posey there would move behind the dish. dodgers up two in the fifth. one thrown out. three of these on the night. gordon comes around to score. giants not close in this one. they loose 8-1. it's a 6:05 start tonight. the a's back on the road. this time in texas. a's down 2-0 in the sixth. slaps one to left field. john tries to sneak this to third but gets nailed doing so. a's get the one run. bottom half of the sixth. texas get that run back. beltre rips the single. rangers would tack on another one. oakland starter allows four home runs, 0-3 since coming over from the cubs. >> kite lovers will be headed over to the berkeley kite festival today. it's a family friendly event and it'll take place at ceasar
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chavez park. both today and tomorrow. organizers say parking is limited and they are encouraging people to take public transportation. cope inparking won't be allowed on both sides of the streets. drivers should expect heavy traffic. a pedal fest will take over jack london square today with everything that is bike related. more than 20,000 people are expected to come out and see the pedal powered food vendors, live music and more. money made from beer sales will go to bike east bay which is a nonprofit organization that's dedicated to safe and enjoyable biking for people in the area and the event is free to attend. >> this weekend more scenes are being shot for a movie. this is video from tuesday when a production crew took over parts of san francisco's russian hill neighborhood. it stars dwayne the rock johnson . it's about a helicopter fighting to find his
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daughter after a massive quake. the crew plans to film at clay and taylor streets. then they will move downtown sunday to california street in the area near grant and bush. johnson is expected to return to san francisco for this weekend's shooting. >> starting monday scenes the new terminator movie will film in redwood shores. it'll genesis called genesis. the scenes are all going to be shot inside the oracle headquarters. there will also be scenes shot for this movie in san francisco. the filming in redwood shores is scheduled for monday through wednesday. two australian women's hockey team players internet sensations because of the person that photograph bombed them. in the background of this picture is queen elizabeth smiling for the camera. the girls say they were warming down arch the game when they heard she made an appearance. they broken arrow trying to
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catch -- they were trying to catch her in the back when she stopped. >> dangerous fire conditions coming up in the 9:00 hour the restrictions you should expect if you are heading to some popular campgrounds. >> and a warning for people in san francisco. the big event taking place that is expected to bring big crowds and street closures. >> a cooldown on the horizon for the bay area weekend. detail the transition in this new pattern coming up.
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. we're live 101 in san jose, where a chp patrol car struck a pedestrian overnight. what we've learned about the man hit. >> and several buildings damaged during a warehouse fire in san jose. how long firefighters say it could take to fully contain the situation. >> from the streets of spain to the alameda county fairgrounds. the preparations under way, as hundreds of people prepare to face-off with a herd of bulls. mornings on 2 continues now. . well, good morning. welcome to mornings on 2, saturday, july 26th. i'm claudine wong. >> good morning, everyone. i'm mike mibach. hope you're having a beautiful saturday morning at home. let's get you right over to rosemary for a quick look outside. good morning, rosemary. >> good morning to you. we have improving weather in
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the forecast for today, especially if you don't like the heat. temperatures will be coming down. i'll show you a comparison coming up. bay bridge, into san francisco, the fog is back, hugging the coastline this morning. onshore breeze is weak, but i expect it will strengthen over the course of the afternoon. 74 degrees already in antioch, so a warm start for some of us. 75 livermore, close to the bay, temperatures in the low 60s to low 70s and over parts of the north bay, 65 in novato. we're tracking an onshore breeze, only 7 miles per hour in fairfield. i've seen it increase to 15 at times, but for the second half of the day, that's when i do expect the seabreeze to really begin to pick up. here's the comparison for you yesterday into today. napa, 101 yesterday. today, you're going to 90. going to feel a lot better in your neighborhood. livermore, cooler, but still quite hot at 97 degrees. san francisco, 11 degrees cooler. i mentioned it earlier, san francisco broke a record
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yesterday. san jose, today you'll be at 89. yesterday, 94. when i come back, i'll have a detailed look at the numbers for your neighborhood and the subtropical moisture working its way back in from the desert southwest. i'll show you when i expect it to arrive, coming up. new this morning, the chp reopened all southbound lanes of highway 101 near allen rock in san jose. that's where a man in the middle of the night ran across the freeway and was hit by an oncoming chp patrol car. ktvu's katie utehs was the first reporter on scene and has now moved down the road, as traffic is back to normal. katie? >> reporter: claudine, they opened up all lines of 101 about an hour ago. we've moved off the highway, but the man tried to cross near the onramp where i'm standing. the patrol car was traveling southbound on 101 and struck him in the third lane. the patrol car finally skidded to a stop near the overpass. you're looking towards the area in the distance. the pedestrian hit the passenger side of the patrol
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car as the officer tried to swerve and fishtailed. the man rolled down the side of the car. you can see the blue marks on the door. i'm told that's from the blue jeans the man was wearing. the collision happened around 1:50 when chp says the man in his early twenties ran onto 101 north of rock road. he was responsive and talking, but didn't say why he darted onto the roadway. >> he was going directly, you know, perpendicular particular lahr to the lanes. he was not visible on the headlights until he was directly in front of the vehicle within the headlines, 10 to 15 feet in front of the patrol vehicle. >> reporter: last night as well, 680 and capital expressway, a man tried to walk in the wrong direction from the off ramp onto the interstate. he was struck and killed around 11:00. part of the roadway was closed for an hour or so. chp has not identified either men hit on the freeways, but they wanted me to underscore that it is illegal for anyone to try to cross on bay area
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freeways, highways, or interstates. in one case, it turned out deadly. the man that was hit here is in critical condition. as we were moving off the highway, we saw chp talking to a man who was collecting garbage along the freeway. so it's certainly very dangerous out here. the two chp officers that were in the patrol car last night, i'm told they are okay, but shaken up about the whole incident. live in san jose, katie utehs, ktvu channel 2news. also new this morning, firefighters in san jose contained a mop-up of a warehouse fire that kicked up around 3:30 this morning. the fire broke out at a building near spartan stadium at south seventh street and east alma avenue. it started as a three-alarm fire and quickly grew to five. several buildings have been damaged. firefighters say one person had to be taken to the hospital with severe burn injuries. the fire is now contained. firefighters will remain on scene to control hot spots. the cause of the fire is still unknown. we have just received new information about a wildfire burning in the sierra foothills
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east of sacramento. it's called the sand fire. it is burning along sand ridge road near plymouth. this morning, calfire announcedded that fire has destroyed five homes and seven outbuildings and is threatening 250 structures. the fire is still at 1300 acres and is 20% contained. the fire has burned 1300 acres and is again 20% contained. it started late yesterday afternoon in southern el dorado county, but flames spread to neighboring amador county. >> how frightened are you? >> oh, let's put it on a scale of 1 to 100. i'm scared. >> are you at that 100? >> right now, yes. >> investigators say they are looking into whether a car fire sparked that wildfire, although there was little wind, the fire grew quickly because of dry brush caused by the current drought. an evacuation center has been
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set up at the el dorado county fairgrounds. here in the bay area, firefighters are keeping an eye around a house in lafayette after it went up in flames. the fire started around 6:30 last night near glenn road. the blaze grew quickly and firefighters did have to call in for extra help. the fire threatened several nearby homes, but firefighters were able to get it under control. still, some residents left their homes just as precaution. >> i looked out and could see the smoke and flames. so we grabbed the family and dog and out we went. >> heat and low humidity helped fuel the blaze, which did start in the garage. there were no injuries from the fire. the bay area is getting closer and closer to extreme fire danger. campers at mount diablo state park are no longer allowedded to have camp fires. they can only use gas stoves to cook. the park has shut down its bathroom and showers because of the drought. calfire says dry conditions
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remind them of last september, when the morgan fire burned 3100 acres on mount diablo. >> i checked it not long ago. relative humidity was in the low double digits, getting into high, or extreme fire danger. >> campers we talked to say bringing their own water is a little hassle. as long as they enjoy the outdoors with their families, it's worth it. fire danger continues to be a concern across the bay area. in san jose, there are restrictions today at allen rock park. no picnic fires or open flames are allowed there. the park opened up about an hour ago at 8:00 this morning. security fears this morning, prompting a shutdown of the embassy in libya. 80 marines evacuated to tunisia. the u.s. government says it is concerned about escalating violence between rival libyan militia. embassy operations are
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suspended until conditions improve. two were killed by an improvised explosive device in afghanistan in the canned dar province on thursday. one of the soldiers has been identified of 19-year-old keith williams of visalia. a candlelight vigil will be held in his honor. the other soldier was from nebraska. the funeral of a woman killed in a bank robbery and police chase is set for monday. misty holt-singh was shot and killed after being taken hostage by three men on july 17th. police say she was used as a human shield by one of the suspects. police are still looking for the person they say drove the three gunmen to the bank of the west on thornton road. a reward for information has now reached $50,000. holt-singh leaves behind a husband and four children. a plea deal has been reached in the case of a woman knocked unconscious outside at&t park. ktvu obtained this cell phone video that shows the incident. the san francisco da's office says two men from sacramento who were arrested in connection with that fight have agreed to
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a deal with prosecuters. 42-year-old anthony rucker pled guilty to felony assault. he faces one year in jail and three years probation. 32-year-old francisco lopez pled no contest to misdemeanor assault. he has already been sentenced to three years probation. the 27-year-old oakland woman who was hit was hospitalized, but has since been released. an estimated 3000 people expected to head to the alameda county fairgrounds for the running of the bulls. runs are scheduled to start this morning and will continue throughout the day. organizers say they built spaces on the side of the tracks so runners can move out of the way of the bulls. rob dickens, founder of the event, says he got the idea for a local bull run because he could not get to spain to run with the bulls there. >> we don't get many opportunities in our civilized and sedentary life to experience true adrenaline, true fear, and to see how you would react in those situations. >> the animal legal defense
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fund and peta filed a lawsuit on march 13th to stop the event. an online petition at change.org drew more than 1700 signatures, but the event will still go forward today. well, it's shaping up to be a busy weekend in san francisco. yesterday, the giants kicked off a three-game series against the los angeles dodgers. that heated rivalry always draws big crowds and passionate fans. all the games will be held at night. traffic is expected to be heavy around at&t park. tonight's game is set to start at 6:05. then tomorrow, the san francisco marathon. that course takes runners in a loop around the city and over the golden gate bridge. it begins and ends at mission and the embarcadero. just like last year, elite runners get the head start at 5:30 a.m. in total, 28,000 runners are expected to participate. people in san francisco should expect street closures until 3:00 p.m. construction crews in san francisco worked through the night painting new red transit lines on market street.
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the san francisco municipal transportation agency says it hopes the paint will keep your vehicle from driving in the transit-only lanes. the paint was added between the 5th and 12th streets. agencies plan on retiming traffic signals and adding markings in intersections. the work will continue on friday and saturday nights through november. well, as the fire season continues, more people are signing up to help out. coming up at 9:30, the volunteer lookouts keeping a close eye over mount tam. >> an effort to control the animal population in vallejo. the reason thousands of dollars already raised is still not enough to help solve the problem. >> hot weather pattern is losing its grip on the bay area. i'll have a look at your numbers for the afternoon and we are introducing, reintroducing, i should say, those clouds associated with monsoonal moisture. when i expect they will move in, coming up. you used to sleep like a champ.
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. while it's still early in the investigation, authorities in the north african country of mali say they believe bad weather caused a passenger jet to crash. soldiers helping in the recovery and salvage operation are now at the remote site. the air algerie plane was flying from the african nation of burkina faso to algeria when it went down on thursday. severe storms forced the pilots to request a route change less
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than an hour into their flight. communication was lost soon afterwards. all 118 people on board were killed. 10 members of one french family were on board. more than a week after malaysia airlines flight 17 was shot down, malaysia's prime minister says investigators still don't have full access to the crash site. he is urging cooperation with russian separatists and the ukrainian government to allow in the investigators. relatives of the 298 people killed have gone to great lengths to retrieve the remains of their loved ones. a couple from australia flew to ukraine on its own to see the wreckage. their 25-year-old daughter was a passenger. her mother and father say as parents, they had no choice but to go, even risking their lives in a dangerous rebel strong hold. >> i need to see the real facts, so that's why we came, besides our daughter promised we will find her. >> the couple rejected pleas from the ukrainian government
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to turn back. they eventually talked to a person who promised to drive them to the wreckage site. president obama is asking central american leaders to help with the increase of people crossing the border into the united states. yesterday at the white house, he met with the presidents of honduras, guatemala, el salvador. he told them it is their responsibility to deter the flow of people who cross the border. president obama said children without proper claims to stay will be returned to their countries. he said the u.s. is not turning people away due to a lack of compassion, but because the u.s. is a nation of laws. a nonprofit group dedicated to helping animals has been given a big chunk of funding, but could lose it all. the vallejo group is dedicated to getting animals spayed and neutered. with more than $250,000 of funding on the line, the group is reaching out for help. >> reporter: the wags and whiskers thrift shop sits on
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the this corner in vallejo. every day, lynn pulls out the racks. >> lift! >> reporter: and fills the shelves with one goal in mind. make enough money to get animals in vallejo spayed and neutered. >> the problem is horrendous. >> every two days, i come and pour cat food in here. >> reporter: michelle morris adams knows just how overwhelming the problem can be. >> i've personally trapped and neutered over 400 animals over the last five years. i have rehomed at least 200. >> come on, guys! >> reporter: many animals end up here at the vallejo humane society. [ barking ] >> reporter: or get set to the fairfield animal shelter. of the 10,000 animals they get every year, 20% come from vallejo. >> we are extremely overcrowded with the population today of 356 animals. >> reporter: normally, they have about 160. but walk the aisle, search the room, and you will be hard
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pressed to find an empty space. and not all will find homes. >> we actually have a live release rate of 60%, so 40% of those animals do not make it out of here. >> the many, many times they are pit bulls. >> reporter: but the search for solutions is frustrating. there are no low cost spay and newt other clinics in vallejo, but the city has allocated 165,000 to the group snip for spay and neuter procedures, and petsmart charities has pledged to give the group $95,000 for equipment. there's only one problem. none of that money can be used to buy the mobile van needed to make it all happen. >> we have until august, end of august, and then the money will revert back to the city. >> would the petsmart money go away, too? >> oh, yes. >> reporter: but the van isn't cheap either. cost estimates are 85 to $100,000. lynn started a go fund me account and the thrift shop to raise money, but it's an uphill
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battle. >> we need people through the door and we're just not getting it. >> i think people don't know. >> reporter: as the clock ticks, they are trying desperately to get the word out, hoping that if people know, they will reach out to save this effort and to save more animals from ending up in shelters and on the streets. >> there you go. >> reporter: for information on the efforts to get that van and how to help, go to our website, ktvu.com and click on web links. the humane society of the north bay says the facility there is so full, the director has resorted to taking some of those kittens home herself. this is video of one of those kittens. they are barely two weeks old. the director is hoping to find them foster homes. right now, there are 112 cats at that location, with 15 litters of kittens still waiting to be spayed and neutered. we are hearing other bay area shelters are facing the same type of capacity problems. >> kind of a good day to go adopt a cat right now, even a dog, because you take them outside and it's just kind of
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perfect out there. >> yeah, we've got nice weather at least to start the day. it is going to be incrediblely hot for this afternoon. at least you have the morning hours, sometimes the best time of the day, especially when you have temperatures ranging in the mid-90s to near 100 for the afternoon. giving you a live look at at&t park, giants will host the dodgers once again this afternoon. it is going to be a beautiful day, not as warm as yesterday. most of us will be a little cooler from yesterday afternoon. stronger onshore breeze, fog at the coast this morning, two sides of temperatures coming down for the second half of the day. 66 degrees right now in santa rosa. lot going on in the north bay as well. we have the sonoma county fair happening there today. 64 in san francisco right now. 68 in oakland. 72 for concord. 70 in san jose. so a rapid warmup expected as we get through the morning hours. then i want to turn to san francisco. see if i can make it work. there it goes. i want to show you how things
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begin to change. by noon time, notice san francisco already in the low 70s. then by 3:00, temperatures are coming down. it's the increase in that onshore breeze. so in areas like san francisco where we're expected to top out about 74 this afternoon, could get in the first half of the day with temperatures coming down by the second half of the afternoon. also notice an increase in clouds as we get into is the evening hours. normally it's a flip. we have the clouds early on and then we have sunny skies for the second half, but low clouds -- high clouds, i should say, will be moving in. that's the monsoonal moisture we're talking about, coming in from the desert southwest and will impact us later today into early tomorrow morning. it should actually linger into monday. but temperatures will remain on the mild side getting into the evening hours for san francisco. sun setting just before 8:30. not sure why the sun was on that icon so late. we've got a warm day expected in gilroy, not as hot as yesterday, but going to 96 for the afternoon today d if you just don't like the heat, maybe try for the early part of the
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day. 87 degrees already expected by lunchtime. then as we get into the evening hours, some of these hotter spots will have beautiful summertime evenings ahead of us. we've got 90 degrees for sonoma, 89 for san rafael, 75 in sausalito today, beautiful by the water. tiburon, looking good. upper 70s for berkeley this afternoon. fist tifts going on there. low 80s for oakland. mid to upper 90s in areas like danville, livermore, antioch, shy of just 100 degrees there. 95, morgan hill for the afternoon. 89 san jose. still, a very warm day, but most areas coming down 5, even 10 degrees. 88 redwood city. 74 for san francisco. upper 60s with partly cloudy skies for the coast. extended forecast there with your bay area weekend always in view, temperatures will continue to move downward, although notice it's not a lot. we're talking just baby steps as we move in from one day to the next, finally getting into
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the low 90s by tuesday into wednesday. but again, an increase in the onshore -- the desert monsoonal moisture coming our way saturday night into sunday. i better send it back to the desk. coming up at 9:45, a s.w.a.t. team storms a plane diverted back to canada. the comment made by one passenger that landed him in handcuffs. >> and it's the annual march of the penguins. the popular event taking place at the san francisco zoo to mark a big moment for four young penguins. ?ññ;ñ;
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. a puppy has a second chance at life after being rescued from the inside of a hot car. the castro valley chp posted these pictures on twitter yesterday, after an officer saved young pugsly. someone called and reported that he was locked inside a kennel with no access to water. it was 87 degrees outside, but much hotter inside that vehicle. officers also say the windows were barely cracked. shortly after he was rescued,
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his owner came out of a nearby building and was counseled by animal control officers. marine mammal experts say they are seeing an increase in animals hurt by trash. rescuers found this california sea lion last week. she had fishing net tangled around her head, which then cut into the tissue right around her ears. the marine mammal center has rescued 16 animals this year who have gotten entangled. last year, there were 15 rescues, 11 the year before. >> coming in contact with all this fishing gear and ocean trash and they are curious, trying to cash fish in the nets and they are getting entangled. >> rescuers say an increase in ocean trash has led to the higher number of rescues, but also say they are helping more animals thanks to a new capture technique that utilizes tranquilizer dart and tracking device. four young penguins will be graduating from fish school today at the san francisco zoo. the zoo will hold a harr of the penguins. you are looking at video right
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now of last year's graduates. today's graduates include three males and one female, and the march will follow the chicks as they make their way to their new home on penguin island. to graduate, they had to lose fluffy down, eat a fish, and accept food from their human keepers. >> look like hungry graduates there. >> that's part of it. >> congratulations to those penguins. >> absolutely. up next, the chp is welcoming more k-9 officers to the force. how many will report for duty in the bay area, and the extensive training they received. >> and an 8-year-old girl robbed while selling candy is getting a sweet treat. the $1000 gesture from a san francisco company and the reason the little girl was selling candy in the first place. >> a cooling trend gets under way for your weekend. i'll have a look at how much temperatures are expected to come down for your area, coming up.
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. swerved to avoid the pedestrian. pedestrian was struck with the right side of the patrol vehicle. in less than three hours, two separate car crashes involving pedestrians running into the middle of a freeway in san jose, and one of the accidents involved a chp officer. welcome back to mornings on 2, everyone. i'm mike mibach. >> good morning. i'm claudine wong. we'll have that story in a moment. first, a quick look at your weather on this saturday. rosemary, how hot will it be?
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>> not as hot as yesterday. so better weather coming our way. better air quality. no spare the air for you today. giving you a live look over the walnut creek area, temperatures rebounding quite fast this morning. many of us in the inland areas, at least already in the 70s. we'll have a look at those numbers in a moment. let's take a look at the satellite view. the fog is back and we have plenty of fog in areas along the san mateo coastline, even in areas near ocean beach, santa cruz socked in pretty good this morning. onshore breeze is back, very weak. fairfield reporting onshore breeze at 7 miles per hour. it will grow stronger over the course of the afternoon and that is what will help to bring us the cooldown for your afternoon. 77 at fairfield, but that's a tad cooler than where we were yesterday at this hour. livermore, 75. that's 2 degrees cooler than where we were yesterday at this time. some areas like napa and santa rosa, cooler as well. 69 mountain view. 70 right now in heyward.
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i love to show this graphic because it does help you sort of wrap your mind around this cooldown. today, 97 in livermore, that's not cool, but it's definitely better than yesterday when we hit 102. napa, you will be notably cooler for today. san francisco, dropping 11 degrees for the afternoon. san jose, you'll see temperatures come down as well. 89 in the forecast for you. as we get into the second half of the day, we have an increase in high clouds coming our way. i'll explain where those are coming from and take a look at some additional cooling expected for your sunday, coming up. . new this morning, a man is in critical condition after getting hit by a chp patrol car on 101 in san jose. as we have shown you throughout mornings on 2, several southbound lanes were closed overnight, but all lanes reopened within the past hour. katie utehs is live in san jose, where there were two crashes involving pedestrians on the freeway. katie? >> reporter: mike, first, the one involving chp, the driver of the patrol car had 10, maybe 15 feet to react before he
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struck this pedestrian. i'll step out of the way and show you where it all happened. the person tried to dart across the road onto lane 3 near the end of this onramp. the officer swerved and fishtailed, finally coming to a stop near the overpass where you're looking in the distance, but not before hitting the man. that man is in critical condition at a local hospital, as we mentioned. shoes and evidence were scattered across the roadway. chp investigators say the man darted onto 101 north of alum rock road around 1:50 this morning. after the collision, the two officers in the car ran the 1000 or so feet to help the pedestrian. the man only spoke spanish. one of the officers in the vehicle did as well. they were able to communicate, but he did not give any indication as to why he tried to run across the highway. >> hispanic male in his early twenties, not positively identified yet. >> reporter: they don't know a lot about him at this point. last night as well, at 680 and capital expressway, another man tried to walk in the wrong
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direction from the off ramp onto the interstate. he was struck and killed around 11:00. part of the roadway was closed for an hour. chp has not released the identity of either pedestrian, but they wanted us to underscore how dangerous and illegal it is for pedestrians to try to cross area highways, interstates, or freeways. in this case, we have one fatality and one critical injury overnight. i'm told the two officers involved are okay. they are shaken up. they are investigating alcohol as a possible contributing factor for the pedestrian in this crash. but still, very early in their investigation. they have, however, cleared the roadway. live in san jose, katie utehs, ktvu channel 2news. well, amid high fire danger, marin's mount tam is getting extra protection. larry levy is a volunteer lookout who works 2600 feet in the air, scanning mount tam.
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he is one of 35 lookouts who provides summer coverage on mount tam and nearby mount barnaby. levy says he takes the job seriously, but also provides the perks it provides. >> you have to like the quiet and you have to like the solitude. i like being on the mountain. it's very easy for me. >> levy, a retired carpenter, has spotted a fire once in the three summers he's been doing this. after many years, biking and hiking on mount tam, he says he feels helping protect it is his way of giving back. and goats are also joining the fire fighting effort in the north bay. the marin independent journal took these photos of the animals who were brought in to graze on invasive grass and blackberry bushes near the san rafael canal. the fire department says it's a natural and cost effective way to clear out the areas, which are occupied by the homeless. according to the journal, there have been four fires linked to homeless encampments in just the past month. chp is welcoming eight new
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k-9s to the california highway patrol. the dogs just finished an extensive 11-week training course. three have been assigned to serve right here in the bay area. their training included 440 hours of criminal apprehension and narcotics detection. even after graduating, dogs are expected to train with their handlers at least eight hours per week. the chp has more than 40 k-9 teams with six dogs assigned to the bay area. the 8-year-old girl who was robbed by a woman while selling candy in san francisco has been rewarded with a special treat. powell's sweet shop gave sapphire, and her 9-year-old brother jayden more than $1000 worth of candy. their adopted mom says their biological mother taught them to steal to get what they want. she says selling candy has been a form of therapy to teach them how to earn their own spending money. sapphire says she was saving up for a cell phone. >> sometimes i always get lost. i have to use other phones,
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public phones. >> sapphire and her brother were in 14 foster homes before they were adopted. their new mom says they are adapting well. police have arrested the woman accused of stealing from sapphire. a $5000 reward is being offered for information related to a shooting that injured a teenager at a park in oakland. it happened thursday night just after 7:00 at brooke dale park, which is off high street. police say someone in a car exchanged as many as 20 shots with another group in the park. a 17-year-old playing basketball was wounded. police say he was not the intended target. >> my grandkids that bicycle up and down the street or scooter, or even play across the street in a park on their scooters, is very scary. >> the shooting came less than a week after a 10-year-old girl was hit by a stray bullet while attending a birthday party at lowell park in west oakland. some people who repossess vehicles in the east bay say
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they are concerned after a tow truck driver in oakland was shot at while trying to repossess a car. it happened just after 9:00 yesterday morning on 7th street in west oakland. the shooting prompted a police stand-off that ended a few hours later when the suspect came out and surrendered. the tow truck driver was not hurt and other drivers say the job can be very dangerous and that people often threaten them when they try to repossess a vehicle. >> it worried me, especially since i'm out there doing the same thing. i've never gotten shot at, but it always crosses my mind. >> some repo men say their rule of thumb is to try and repossess a vehicle within one minute. oakland international airport employees will get a discount to ride the new bart line to the airport. employees will pay $2 while the fare for travelers will be $6. according to the contra costa times, airport employees will be able to apply for a smart card discount. bart is getting a $17 million grant to protect the transbay tube against a
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potential terrorist attack. east bay congressman eric swailwell announced the grant, saying it's a smart investment that will enable bart to enhance security of its critical infrastructure against potential terrorist attack. he says the failure to do so could cripple the bay area's economy and bart officials say they are excited about receiving the money. >> the money's going to be used for critical infrastructure needs for the transbay tube, to make sure it's safe and secure. >> bart riders say any work to reinforce security is a welcome sight. >> given all the things that have been happening around the world, i think every security measure is important. >> bart spokeswoman says now the funding is secure, the project is going to go out for bid very soon, but she won't say when the work will begin, citing security reasons. suspended state senator leland yee is facing new charges in his federal corruption case. the new charges include racketeering, which carries a potential 20-year prison sentence. the charges were filed yesterday against yee, former gang leader raymond shrimp boy
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chow, and 27 other people. he is also accused of selling his votes on various bills. in one case, he allegedly agreed to take $60,000 from a person posing as an nfl team owner in exchange for his vote on a bill that dealt with athlete compensation. well, looks like apple could be involved in another patent battle. the post corporation filed the complaint yesterday, accusing beats electronics of infringing on five of its patents. apple is in the process of acquiring beats electronics. the patents at the center of the lawsuit involve noise- canceling properties in some of the headphones. bose says it's been working on noise-canceling wireless headphones for the last 40 years. so far, apple has not commented. the doors at brieman college campuses are now closed. >> my instructors prepared me to get a career and they don't have a job anymore. it's heartbreaking. >> she was talking about brieman's parent company
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deciding to shut down their campuses. the news came yesterday after students from the campus were attending their graduation ceremony. the graduates say they paid $16,000 for an accelerated education of less than one year to qualify for a career in the medical field. straight ahead, a 13-year- old girl finds a hole burned into the pillow that she was sleeping on. up next, why her father says her cell phone is to blame and what the company is saying in its defense. >> and today marks the final event for a mixed martial arts fighter. his plans for the hotel when -- moment when the fight is over, win or lose. >> a stronger seabreeze for the afternoon will lead to a drop in temperatures for most of us. i'll have a look at the amount of cooling expected for your neighborhood, coming up. we love this kitchen! what's next? great! do you have measurements? yeah, i paced it off. it's about twenty by twelve of these.
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. heads down, heads up! heads down, hands up! a passenger on a flight from canada to panama is due in court this morning for threats he made while on the plane. passengers on sun wing flight 772sa the man became agitated when a flight attendant asked him if he wanted headphones. passengers say he started talking about how expensive canada was and then said, quote, i want to bomb canada. the plane was turned around and when it landed, a s.w.a.t. team immediately boarded and arrested him. israel has agreed to extend a 12-hour humanitarian cease- fire in gaza by four hours. earlier today, some people took the opportunity to visit banks and shops to stock up on
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supplies. the cease-fire went into effect after secretary of state john kerry's efforts failed to produce a longer truce to end the nearly three weeks of fighting. today, kerry will be in paris to try and broker a more permanent cease-fire agreement. more than 1000 palestinians and 40 israelis have been killed. later today here in the bay area, there will be a rally to demand an end to the violence in gaza. the rally will start at 1:00 this afternoon at justin herman plaza in san francisco. there will then be a march down market street. today at the sap center in santa rosa, a mixed martial arts fighter will give up his career for his country. the 30-year-old will compete in a three-round feather weight bout against stephen sidler. right after the match, win or lose, he says he will head to israel and join the military. he was born in israel, but has been training in the south bay. fox sports and ktvu will have the ufc fight night 12 starting at 3:00 this afternoon. a bill that makes it legal
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to unlock cell phones when switching providers is headed to president obama's desk. the house of representatives voted to approve the bill yesterday and the senate approved it earlier this month. president obama has said he will sign it. right now, people often have to buy a new phone if they want to switch to a different carrier, but unlocking a cell phone means it won't be linked to a specific provider. samsung is investigating one of its cell phones after it caught fire underneath a pillow of a 13-year-old girl. now, the girl's family contacted the fox 4 news station in dallas/fort worth shortly after the fire. they say their daughter was sleeping when she smelled smoke and discovered that the phone had melted into her pillow. her dad suspects the phone overheated, which caused the battery to swell and catch fire. samsung says its products on safe. the company says the battery that was in the phone was a replacement and not the original. >> glad she's safe, but never thought about sleeping with my phone. i don't think i will, if it
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ever comes across my mind. >> dangerous. keep it on the side, i guess. 9:46 now. let's swing it over to rosemary, another scorcher out there. >> not as bad as yesterday. most of us will see a bit of cooldown getting into the afternoon. i'll show you the numbers coming up. let's start out with a good looking view over bay point this morning. temperatures already on the rise. afternoon seabreeze will come for the second half of the day, bringing temperatures down over yesterday, by 5, even 10 degrees, depending on where you're at. the ridge of high pressure still anchored over the desert southwest. the circulation around that high pressure continuing to push the subtropical moisture into california. you can see it, if you look close enough, you can see the clouds over southern california. you can even pick up a little bit of rain off the coastline. this is coming our way. by the second half of the afternoon and into tonight, you'll notice an increase in the mid and high level clouds once again. so temperatures for today,
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again, coming down, especially along the coast, around the bay. still going to be quite hot for our inland communities. but temperatures will be falling off a few degrees. have i those numbers, coming up for you here in just a moment. so outside our doors right now, mostly sunny skies away from the coast. we're actually waking up with quite a bit of gray from ocean beach down through half moon bay, into santa cruz. for the afternoon, partly cloudy skies expected along the coast with patchy fog remaining. then there are the high clouds pulling in from the south. you can see by 5:00 this afternoon, over southern parts of the bay area, central bay, for the north bay, a little longer. but eventually it will all be covered with the mid and high level clouds. even into tomorrow morning, notice we wake up with plenty of cloud cover there. this is expected to last all the way into monday. so for today, temperatures coming down and increase in mid and high level clouds tonight into tomorrow morning and lasting until monday. 68 degrees right now in oakland. 68 in napa. 79 in antioch all already at
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this hour. 70 in san jose. if you're stepping out, already quite mild and a warm day under way expected for, especially our inland communities. 90 degrees for novato for the afternoon. 89 in san rafael, which is a warm day, but it's 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. mid-70s in sausalito, 80 for san leandro. 97 in danville, pleasanton, livermore. 99 for brentwood. into the south bay, upper 80s san jose, mid-90s morgan hill. 96 for gilroy. if you're going out to the garlic festival, it's going to be a hot one. 88 for redwood city. 83 in san mateo. 74, san francisco. partly cloudy and upper 60s for the coast this afternoon. extended forecast with your bay area weekend always in view, notice temperatures do continue to fall off, although it will be a subtle drop sunday into monday. by tuesday and wednesday, temperatures in the low 90s for inland cities. mid-70s around the bay. low 60s expected along the coast. back to the desk. >> thanks, rosemary. well, big news for giant
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fans this morning. the associated press is quoting sources saying the giants have acquired starting pitcher jake peavy from the boston red sox. he has struggled this year with a 1-9 record and 4.72 e.r.a. he's also pitched for the white sox and the padres in the nl west. here's the highlight of the story. in his career, he's 14-2 against the los angeles dodgers. espn reports the giants are trading minor league pitchers edwin escobar and heath hembry for peavey. meanwhile, giants trying to hold on to first place, as the dodgers are in town. the foul ball goes off the helmet in the 3rd inning and would have to leave because of a concussion. buster posey would have to move behind the dish from first. dodgers up two in the fifth. puig throws one out to triples alley, had three of those on the night. gordon comes in to score, this
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time around. giants not even close, losing 8- 1. it's a 6:05 start tonight. first place oakland a's back on the road, this time down in texas. a's down 2-0 in the sixth. cespedes slaps one to left field. sogard comes in to score. jaso tries to sneak to third on the play, but gets nailed doing so. a's get that one run on the play. bottom half of the sixth, texas gets the run back when adrian beltre rips an rbi single to center field. rangers tack on another one. hammel is now 0-3 since coming over from the cubs. a's lose 4-1. time now, 9:51. up next, the new home of the 49ers is preparing for its first big event and we are learning that tickets aren't the only high price item fans can expect to find. >> hollywood has come to the bay area. where you can expect to see the action and scenes for two different movies being filmed over the next two days.
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. some local soccer fans might be disappointed today. cal's memorial stadium is hosting an exhibition match between two of the world's most famous soccer clubs. real madrid and inter milan. christian reynaldo is not expected to play. he may attend, but is still resting up from the world cup. tomorrow, real madrid's rival@let company madrid will face the earthquakes in an exhibition match there. as the 49ers prepare for their first home game at levi's stadium, we've learned an important backup may be lost for the season. espn reports that runningback kendall hunter tore his acl during yesterday's practice. while the niners' first game at levi's stadium is against the denver broncos in a couple of weeks, two other pro teams will test out levi's stadium a little sooner. the san jose earthquakes will take on the seattle sounders august 2. the 70,000-seat stadium will be cut down to
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45,000 seats for that match. >> i want to see the stadium up close and personal! >> this is like relieving tension, because everybody's, like, come on, open, open, open, open! >> niner fans there getting a tour of the stadium yesterday. concession workers and parking attendants have been practicing for the upcoming game. stadium officials say they have planned for every contingency. they have created a website and app to help fans with directions and find parking. food at the new stadium won't come cheap. the niners released information for some of its food prices yesterday. the cheapest beer choice will cost $10.25, 50-cent more than what it cost at the stick. frankfurter will cost $6.25, which is 75-cent more than at the stick. and a 21-ounce soft drink will cost you $5.25. levi's stadium has been one of the most vegan-friendly stadiums in the u.s. this weekend, more scenes
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are being shot for the movie "san andreas." this is video from tuesday when a production crew took over parts of san francisco's russian hill neighborhood. the movie stars duane the rock johnson. it's about a helicopter pilot finding to find his daughter after a massive earthquake. "san andreas" is expected to hit theaters next summer. they will move downtown on sunday to california street and the area near grant avenue and bush street. johnson is expected to return to san francisco for this weekend's shooting. and starting monday, scenes for the new terminator movie will be filmed in redwood shores. this is going to be the fifth installment of the terminator series and will be called "terminator genesis." scenes will be shot inside the oracle headquarters and it's still not clear if arnold schwarzenegger is going to be there. filming in redwood shores is scheduled for monday through wednesday. well, it's ticket saturday. today, one lucky viewer will win a four-pack of tickets to the santa clara county fair. this year, the fair runs from july 31st to august 3rd.
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it is set up on tulley road. go to ktvu.com before midnight tonight and enter the secret word, "rides." >> if you're going to a fair or anywhere outdoors, sun block is always a good piece of advice, right? >> yes, and plenty of water. looking at the bay bridge, into san francisco, patchy fog is back. coastal fog for the coast today, not as hot for the afternoon. the seabreeze will be picking up, helping to bring temperatures down for the second half of the afternoon and into the evening hours. high clouds are in the forecast. those will be increasing as we get into tonight and for your sunday. temperatures today it, upper 60s along the coast. 70s and 80s around the bay. still mid to upper 90s for the hotter spots. not as bad as yesterday, but still quite toasty for many of our inland valley locations. temperatures, very similar tomorrow, perhaps slightly cooler. depends on the cloud cover
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there. and then just a minor cooling trend as we get into the first half of the week. >> beautiful. thank you, rosemary. >> you got it. that is our report for this morning. we do appreciate you making ktvu your choice for news. >> right now we're working on getting more information on those accidents involving people running onto the freeway in the south bay. the latest updates on our next newscast following the ufc fight in san jose's sap center. don't forget to check in on twitter, facebook and ktvu.com. we leave with you a nice picture of at&t ballpark, giants and dodgers, 6:05 first pitch tonight. have a great saturday, everyone.
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